Hornets upset Knox City 64 - 50

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By Jeremiah & Terry Morris

The Aspermont Hornets (who some experts had picked to lose as much as 35 points) travelled to rain-soaked Knox City with a message. That message is that the swarm have a spread defense and a great running game. Coach Weaver decided to use Junior running back Rowdy Bradley to hammer their message home.

As the rain poured down, the Greyhounds received the opening kickoff. The swarm wasted no time in showing off an improved spread defense holding the Greyhounds to a 4 and out. This gave the Hornets a boost in confidence and gave the offense a good field position. The Hornets quickly got on the board with a touchdown by Sophomore bruiser Chris Mendez.

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